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Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Joining our colleagues at the Institute of Physics, we invited our Twitter followers, as well as our staff, to take photographs of themselves nominating their favourite female scientist.

Photo | Tom Hore, Director of Bristol Mind (left) receives the cheque from IOP Publishing staff.

IOP Publishing staff raises £9k for local charity Bristol Mind

January is a time when many make New Year’s resolutions to improve physical and mental wellbeing and take stock of accomplishments from the past 12 months.

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Caltech researchers find evidence of a real ninth planet

Caltech researchers have found evidence of a giant planet tracing a bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the distant solar system.

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To clean up ocean plastics focus on coasts, not the Great Pacific garbage patch

Plastic floating in the oceans is a widespread and increasing problem.

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Congratulations to the 2016 ABSW IOP Student Science Publication Award winners

IOP Publishing and the Institute of Physics congratulate the winners of the ABSW IOP Student Science Publication Award, announced at the 3rd European Conference of Science Journalists.

23 Jul 2016Manchester, UK
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Australian physicists revisit spin-bowling puzzle

Latest calculations reveal why small variations in the rotation of the ball applied by slow bowlers in cricket can cause batsmen big problems even before deliveries have pitched on the ground.

22 Jul 2016Bristol, UK
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Collective hum: buzzing midges inspire new swarm theory

Scientists propose ‘adaptive gravity’ as a versatile model for collective animal behaviour A team of researchers based in Israel and the US has found a mathematical resemblance between swarm dynamics and gravitational interactions.

22 Jul 2016Bristol, UK

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